All Islam is black magic….
NOTE: This crime was originally spun as an islamofauxbic attack, but the attackers were tards.
Ex-Manchester United steward ‘did not suspect a known sympathiser of the so-called Islamic State had bludgeoned to death an imam just moments after he left his car’
- Mohammed Hussain Syeedy, 21, is accused of being getaway driver
- Prosecutors say he helped Mohammed Kadir, who may have fled to Syria, kill Jalal Uddin, 71
- Mr Uddin was killed in a children’s play area in Rochdale in February
- The imam had used a form of healing called taweez, which ISIS considers ‘black magic’
Mohammed Hussain Syeedy is accused of playing a key role in the killing of the imam
A former Manchester United steward told a jury he did not suspect a known ISIS sympathiser had bludgeoned an imam to death just moments after he left his car.
Mohammed Hussain Syeedy, 21, is accused of being a getaway driver for Mohammed Kadir, 24, in the murder of 71-year-old Jalal Uddin in a children’s play area in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, on February 18.
Both men are said to have targeted Mr Uddin because he used a form of healing involving amulets, known as taweez, which IS consider ‘black magic’ and punishable by death.
Syeedy admits he and Kadir had been following the Bangladeshi national in his car on the night of the murder.
However he claims his associate wanted to dupe Mr Uddin into giving him a taweez book so they could present it to the rest of the community and argue it was dangerous.
The pair spotted Mr Uddin after he earlier visited his local mosque for evening prayers.